Mayan Ruins in Tulum (Mexico)

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Two hours South of Cancun. It is a bit of a tourist trap, but worth seeing. You can go on your own or use a tour company. I used a tour company that picked me up in Playa del Carmen and brought me to Tulum and then to Coba (another Mayan site)

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Comments

Chopperdoll says:

When is the best time to go there?

El B says:

Hey! I’m going to Tulum soon! Why weren’t you allowed on the beach? Do you have to pay to go on it?

uzarate says:

I don’t think that the presence of a Subway’s, Starbucks or Haagen Daza makes a place a “tourist trap.” Those mayan ruins have been there for hundreds of years and they weren’t built with the intention of attracting tourists so “tourist trap” doesn’t apply in t his case…just sayin’ : )

Chopperdoll says:

I agree with all the American food and drink, total tourist trap lol

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